US Airways is citing the Justice Department’s investigation into possible antitrust violations by global distribution system providers as one of many reasons why the airline’s antitrust lawsuit against Sabre should be allowed to proceed. Sabre is seeking dismissal of the case by the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, arguing that the airline cannot reasonably claim that Sabre has a monopoly and has not provided any credible evidence to support its claims of ...
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